Community and Schools

grow.eat.enjoy. are actively involved in their community through the education of children in school gardens.  The focus of this work is sustainability education, helping children to learn how to grow their own food, care for their environment and eat fresh, organic food.

Sarah is currently working as a garden specialist with Randwick Public School, Tiggers Preschool (UNSW) and the Stephanie Alexander Foundation at Stanmore Public School. grow.eat.enjoy. are also working with local residents to establish a community garden in Randwick.

Sarah works on a volunteer basis with Oz Harvest where she has assisted in the setting up of a garden.  She now oversees regular harvests from the garden that are fed back into the charity and works with a group of volunteers on the continued development of the space.

Thea is the garden specialist Majura Public School with their Stephanie Alexander Foundation kitchen garden.

grow.eat.enjoy. are available to help in your school or local community with design, consultation and one-off workshops.

One Response to Community and Schools

  1. Deb Meyer says:

    Hi Sarah,
    Thank you for your helpful articles! It’s great to see the work you do in schools & with Oz Harvest. I’m a drama & english teacher as well as a horticulturalist who works for a non-for-profit community kitchen in Bondi called Our Big Kitchen. With volunteers we make around 70,000 meals a year for a range of people in need. Im their Program Development Manager & currently planning a herb & veg garden in our courtyard. Ive bought wine barrels & hanging planters & would love your help regarding best practice in growing our edible garden (I plan to buy herbs & veg’s this week) & composting as well as developing educational programs for both children & adults to add to our existing programs. Id love to hear from you as soon as possible. Many thanks, Deb 0418687521

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